NEW chance for HBV cohort collaboration!
At the 18th IWHOD in Sitges, an invitation for cohorts interested in collaboration on HBV was given. Please follow the link to the REDCap survey to indicate your interest and contact details: https://redcap.vanderbilt.edu/surveys/?s=cgth9hER6j
Welcome to the 19th Cohorts Workshop website!
The objective of this conference is to bring together junior and senior researchers from both developed and developing countries working on cohorts of patients with HIV, to present in an informal, closed-meeting format their latest findings and work in progress and allow open discussions on common issues of cohort methodology, techniques and statistics. This conference aims at pursuing new findings or analyses and facilitating scientific debates of methods, results, and clinical and epidemiological implications of the HIV epidemic in Europe and elsewhere in the world. We are once again aiming to include attendees representing cohort studies from all regions. As in the past, we encourage discussion of work in progress, so this is a closed meeting and all data presented will not be publicised outside of the Workshop, this includes the programme not being distributed prior to or after the meeting.
Workshop at a glance
- 2 day meeting, beginning midday on Thursday 26th March 2015 and ending midday on Saturday 28th March 2015
- The programme is based on abstract selection by the Scientific Committee
- Attendance is contingent on submission and acceptance of abstract
- Call for abstract invitation: 1 October 2014
- Abstract submission opens: 5 November 2014
- Abstract submission deadline: Wednesday 3 December 2014, 18.00 GMT (UK time)
- Abstract selection and final programme by Scientific Committee: mid-January 2015
- Abstract status will be notified starting the first week of February 2015
Ongoing and New Collaborations
If you and your collaborators are interested in holding a side meeting at the Workshop, please communicate with your colleagues directly, and contact Dolores O'Sullivan (email@example.com) from Visual Response to arrange for a time slot and a meeting room at the hotel as soon as possible and no later than 31 October 2014.
We continue to strongly encourage abstract submissions from resource-constrained settings. Recognising that the additional expenses may deter some from attending the meeting, we will try to offer financial assistance for delegates from resource-constrained settings, particularly those with student status, whose abstracts have been accepted. Please contact the Secretariat for details (secretariat@IWHOD.org).
18th IWHOD, Sitges 2014 Best Poster Award: Liangyuan Hu for her poster presented on behalf of AMPATH (Academic Model Providing Access to Healthcare)-Kenya
17th IWHOD, Cavtat 2013 Best Poster Award: Andreas Haas for his poster presented on behalf of the Malawi National ART Cohort and IeDEA Southern Africa
16th IWHOD, Athens 2012 Best Poster Award: Deborah Ford on behalf of the DART (Development of AntiRetroviral Therapy in Africa) Trial Cohort
15th IWHOD, Prague 2011 Best Poster Award: Alexandra Scherrer on behalf of the Swiss HIV Cohort Study
14th IWHOD, Sitges 2010 Best Poster Award: Jannie Van der Helm on behalf of CASCADE collaboration
The 19th Workshop on HIV Observational Databases (IWHOD) is organised by EuroCoord, which receives funding from the European Union’s Seventh Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement n° 260694. To the purpose of organising this Workshop, EuroCoord has launched IWHOD, a non-for-profit society, with registered office based in Copenhagen (Denmark) and Secretariat in London (UK).
European HIV cohorts registry
EuroCoord would like to keep an updated registry of all cohorts or clinical databases of people with HIV in Europe
. If you know of a cohort or clinical database apart from those listed here
then please submit the details here
. EuroCoord will verify these details with the cohort/database investigators and add to the registry.
For further information email: secretariat@IWHOD.org